Friday, September 30, 2011

September Ender

You know when a weekend is going to be really good when you worked so hard during the weekday. Why? Because you will savor all of your hardwork by enjoying the fruits of your labor (*wink!). That is exactly what we did tonight. We had a good dinner by the beach and enjoyed a jazz concert. We tried one of the good restos in the beachfront. The food was great and the ambience was beautiful.

All Photos taken thru my iPhone.
Oh how I love the PhotoShake app.

Here's my seafood platter and yum-o crabcake. I tried my very best to resist the steak in the menu, I do not want to wear plus size party dresses during the holidays. Yes, still trying to shed off the last 10lbs and target date would be before Christmas! Enjoy your weekend!
Dinner by the beach, Happy Weekend!  

Sunday, September 18, 2011

What a Grandiose Washington, D.C.

Before I check on these high school graduation gifts, let me share some photos taken on our most recent trip to Washington, D.C.

Despite the rainy and very challenging weather, our friend, N and Stripe were able to capture the best spots of Washington, D.C. through their DSLRs, one a Canon and one a Nikon. Without further ado, here are some of the photos they took during that fun and memorable trip. (no stealing pics please :-), peace!) All photos unedited.

Bomb-proof Subway.

Languages of Love

For the first time in many years, I am excited about Monday, specifically, tomorrow hee hee. I will have the best ME time of my life and would do nothing except enjoy it to the fullest, err, maybe after researching on carpet cleaners raleigh nc. Anyway, I plan on starting to read a book, the 5 Languages of Love especially after this assessment's result surprised Stripe and me. I want to retake the test but that would not be effective anymore as I could think of the proper answers that would lead to my desired results. You can take the test here.

Cheers to another week full of blessings to all of us, have a good one friends!

love language

Monday, September 5, 2011

Places to Visit in Washington, D.C.

We are off for another trip to Washington, D.C. tomorrow and probably our last this year. This will be a special trip as I am meeting one of my childhood bestfriends whom I have never seen for almost 4 years. Despite their short visit, we made sure that their itinerary is packed with the must-visit places in D.C. Here is a list of what we can fit in a 3-day D.C. Visit.
  1. White House
  2. Capital Building
  3. Library of Congress
  4. Lincoln Memorial
  5. Washington Monument
  6. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
  7. Thomas Jefferson Memorial
  8. The National Mall
  9. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
  10. United States Botanic Garden which also has bonsai for outdoors
  11. Smithsonian Natural History Museum
  12. Air & Space Museum
  13. Smithsonian American History Museum
  14. National Zoological Park
  15. Smithsonian Castle